PHOENIX (AP) -- Season-lows seemed to come every quarter. So did missed shots, passes sailing into the stands, grimaces from coaches.
Phoenix came up with just enough plays to pull it out, ending a momentum-swinging game between two of the NBA's worst teams.
Marcin Gortat hit big shots at the end of regulation and overtime, helping the Suns end a three-game losing streak with an 84-83 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday night.
"We made it a little tougher on ourselves, but we will take it," Suns interim coach Lindsey Hunter said. "We still just for some reason do not finish quarters the way we are supposed to."
Phoenix and Minnesota played a game about like you'd expect from teams that came in a combined 34 games under .500.
The Timberwolves set a season low with 33 points in the first half to trail by 14. The Suns let them back in it with a season low of their own: 11 points in the third quarter.
Phoenix pulled away to start the four...